360 Launch New Website for Camilla Hurst Art
360 are proud to announce the launch of a new website for Camilla Hurst Art, a Kent based artist who specialises in pet portraits and intricate line drawings.
Help keep your kids entertained during the lockdown
We know that trying to keep kids entertained isn’t easy at the best of time, but now we find ourselves trying to do this without leaving the house. We’ve found five resources which could help pass some time in a productive way.
With e-commerce such a huge part of modern life, understanding what your customers are coming to expect in an e-commerce experience is extremely valuable. This month we look at emerging e-commerce trends to keep your website as competitive as possible.
What is a browser cache?
You have probably seen the phrase "browser cache" floating about on the internet, but you might still be wondering what it actually does. This month we look into why browsers cache data and how it can be both helpful and unhelpful at times.
What does 5G mean for web businesses?
The next generation of mobile internet is here, which unlocks a host of new opportunities for your website and how you can demonstrate your products to your customers.
Brexit: What happens now?
The UK is now in the transition period for leaving the European Union. We look into what might change for some areas of the tech industry.
What is a Vanity Metric?
Do you feel like your website appears to be performing well when you review your analytics data, but it isn’t translating into actual sales or conversions? If so, you may focusing too heavily on the wrong metrics.
What are browser cookies?
You will no doubt already be familiar with the notification that appears on almost every website you visit, letting you know that they're using cookies. But what are these mysterious cookies they speak of?
SEO is still king when it comes to driving traffic to your website, but have you looked into other methods of channelling users to your site?
WT.Social, the new social network
The co-founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, has launched a new type of social media network called WT:Social, which promises to be ad-free and will never sell user data.